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  1. Jay Stewart June 19, 2009 9:56 am

    Its all about confidence, plain and simple. Even I did not realize I had it, I thought I was a teenager who did not give a shit and years later I found from people thats what made me attractive. I knew I was insecure, but I projected confidence and thats what makes one attractive. Thats what attracted me to my sweetie. People want to be around a winner and when you look at the elections in America and why Obama won? He projected confidence. You have believe in yourself. Because no one else will.

  2. Jay Stewart June 19, 2009 9:58 am

    *to believe in yourself*

  3. Sili June 19, 2009 3:21 pm

    Thank you.

    I don’t read those – luckily.

    She isn’t damaged.

    Cliché is my middle name.

    (not that I believe in signs, but my reCapthca is “sardonic”)

  4. "gunner" July 4, 2009 11:04 am

    your advice is spot on! “head up and squared away” as i learned in the marine corps many years ago, and look people straight in the eyes when you speak to them, (yes, her tits are pretty, but her face will tell you what she’s thinking.) what you’re saying has, over the years, given me a loving wife and many good female friends. guys reading this listen to the lady, she’s giving you the straight skinny, no “magic”, no bullshit, just truth.

  5. Buzzard September 27, 2009 11:39 pm

    I think you’ve got something there.

    Posture could explain people’s reactions to me in daily life. When I am out in public, usually I am either avoided by other people, or at least treated as completely invisible.

    Unless, of course, I’m in an angry mood when I head out. Then, people seem to treat me as more normal. Some even start conversations.

    This has always seemed to me the opposite of what I should expect. Why would I find people willing to talk to me and joke around when I’m mad, yet be avoided like the plague when I’m not?

    Reading your blog entry, I think my posture may be the key. Normally, I feel like I’ve no right to look people in the eye, no right to hold my head up in this world. Unless I’m mad enough not to give a damn.

    I’ll have to start practicing that.
    (the posture, that is, not the being mad)

  6. QZ October 4, 2009 12:33 am

    In fact, those seduction web sites (of which “speed seduction” is only one type) can’t help “nice guys” get laid. The whole point of the seduction community, as it is known, is that you can’t get laid if you are the stereotypical “nice guy”, which I gather is one point that is agreed with on this site. The posture improvement you recommend would definitely be agreed with by just about any “seduction guru” out there, among many other points.

  7. QZ October 4, 2009 12:40 am

    In fact, I would even go so far as to say that the so-called seduction community (described in detail in Neil Strauss’s book The Game) is not “the enemy” of empowered women in any real sense. I’d say they’re more the nemesis of those who go by “The Rules” and all that other manipulative, pseudo-romantic claptrap, and that the same could be said of this site.